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Police and Firefighters in the U.S. Get a Tiny, Throwable Recon Robot
U.S. military forces in Iraq and Afghanistan have been making use of a tiny, tossable robot for recon and observation...
FCC Expected to Pass Net Neutrality Rules Today, Drawing Line Between Wired and Wireless Web
After a bitter five year debate, the Federal Communications Commission is expected to pass a set of net neutrality rules...
FCC Considers Allowing You to Text Emergency Messages to 911 (LOL HELP)
911 has been very slow to respond to improvements in technology, sometimes to the detriment of its service. Smartphones, carried...
When Robots Rule the Roads
Humans make terrible drivers. Research shows we’re panic-prone, unpredictable and slow to react behind the wheel. Now a new breed of robot cars promises to eliminate human error for safer roads, less traffic and major fuel savings
To Explain the Broadcast Spectrum, FCC Unveils Cool Interactive Tools
The agency may also open up parts of the spectrum for private experimentation
FCC Broadband Plan Promises High-Speed Internet For 100 Million More Americans By 2015
Today the Federal Communications Commission unveiled its plan to expand broadband Internet access to 100 million more Americans within the...
Airwaves Abandoned by TV Could Beam High-Speed Internet Everywhere
When TV went digital, Verizon, AT&T and other cellphone carriers shelled out a combined $19 billion for some of the...
Why 4G is Nothing More Than a Band-Aid (and Why the FCC Isn’t Helping)
On vacation on Cape Cod, my now-insatiable need for constant connectivity provides a revelation
FCC Throws Down Gauntlet Over Net Neutrality
The FCC chairman argues that an open Internet is a must for innovation